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Development of an on-Premise Indonesian Handwriting Recognition Backend System Using Open Source Deep Learning Solution For Mobile User

Gianino Masasi, James Purnama, Maulahikmah Galinium

Abstract: Existing handwriting recognition solution on mobile app provides off premise service which means the handwriting is processed in overseas servers. Data sent to abroad servers are not under our control and could be possibly mishandled or misused. As recognizing handwriting is a complex problem, deep learning is needed. This research has the objective of developing an on premise Indonesian handwriting recognition using open source deep learning solution. Comparison of various deep learning solution to be used in the development are done. The deep learning solution will be used to build architectures. Various database format are also compared to decide which format is suitable to gather Indonesian handwriting database. The gathered Indonesian handwriting database and built architectures are used for experiments which consists of number of Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) layers, rotation and noise data augmentation, and Gated Recurrent Unit (GRU) vs Long Short Term Memory (LSTM). Experiment results shows that rotation data augmentation is the parameter to be change to improve word accuracy and Character Error Rate (CER). The improvement is 64.8% and 23.2% to 69.6% and 20.6% respectively.
Keywords: build / Neural / deep learning / premise / Indonesian handwriting / learning solution

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